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10 Wednesday, October 16, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune HILLMAN'S TRAVIS POWERS receives and scampers for a first down against the Oscoda J ENSON TCHORZYNSKI was crowned queen and Brenden Zimmer was crowned king at Owls. Friday nights homecoming game. and Zimmer and kin by Yvonne S ger The Oscoda Owls cepted by Jones to put the Tigers at first Slaff reporter lashed' out with a touch- and goal on the seven. A pass from Jones down on their first possession against the to Powers scored, and a kick from Josh Hillman Tigers on Oct. 11, but the Tigers Reinbold put HiUman up by 33. answered with a 45-point run before the The Owls mastered some first downs, Owls would score again, but the ball went over on downs. Once the Tigers took over, Mike Klein Hillman's Klein once again wasted no carried to a first down in Owl territory, timeingoingaUthewayforatouchdown. Travis Powers received for a first down, The Owls continued to peg away at first and Klein carried for the score. The extra downs and eventually made it to the end on the two-point conversion put the Ti- zone, adding two more for the conver- gers in the lead. sion. On next opportunity, a pass from Klein, however, dashed their hopes with Ty nes to Mason VanPamel got the Ti- another dash across the field for yet an- gers out of a third and 18 jam and was other Hillman touchdown. The Owls good for a touchdown. The kick was battled with another score and a two- blocked, but the Tigers led by eight at the point conversion, but Reinbold pulled a end of the first. Klein bybolting down the field for a touch- The Owls started on the Tiger side ofthe down. He took the liberty of kicking the 50, but they gave the ball back on downs, extra point to take the game to the final Jones to Powers was good for a first down, score of 58-22, Tigers. and VanPamel sprinted to the Owl 18- Bill Koenig, coach for the Tigers, said yardline.ApassfromJonestoDylanRoss some of his special team players made put the Tigers on the one-yard line. some really nice blocks to open up the line The Tigers were headed the wrong way for Klein's mad dashes, but Klein also re- with a penalty on third down and four to ceived some encouragement from staff go, but a pass from Jones to VanPamel after a couple fumbles againstAtlanta the made up the difference to the end zone, previous game. putting the Tigers up by 14. "We told him he had to hang onto the With every Tiger possession came an- ball, and he did," Koenig said. other Tiger score, and a pass from Jones to The coach said he was glad to have a big Powers put the Tigers up 26-6 at halftime, enough lead against the Owls to put a Second half play began with HiUman's variety of players on the field. The Tigers Klein dashing and dodging all the way on are 4-3 so far for the season. They travel to the return for a touchdown. Whittemore on Friday. An Owl pass on fourth and 11 was inter- Jensen Tchorzynski was crowned Homecoming Queen in Hillman on Oct. 11, and Brenden Zimmer now reigns as King. Also representing the senior class were Brice Kenyon, Gabby Ybarra, Shane Holford and Matthew Saddler. The class representatives for the juniors were Eden Hunt and Kyle Henigan. Walking proudly for the sophomores were Alaina Ableidinger and Dylan Steinke. This year's freshmen representatives were Cheyenne Stewart and Cole Kronholm. First place in the float competition went to the seventh graders for their creation of a large tiger eating an owl. The sophomore class took second place with a circus theme, and the junior class also utilized a circus theme for the third-place win. THIS FIRST PLACE float was created by the seventh grade class. Friday Night Football Scores Jo'Burg 32 - Onaway 14 TIGER MIKE KLEIN knocks an Oscoda Owl out of bounds in the game that ended 58-22, Hillman. ! The HiUman and Atlanta IV and Varsity volleyball teams will go head-to-head during a "Pink for the Cause" game on October 22, 2013 in Hillman at 6 p.m. There will be pink t-shirts for the cause on sale, along with baked goods and raffles from area businesses for a variety of services in the Hfllman and Atlanta area. Please come out and enjoy the game and support the cause.